Harbor Inn

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Travel Blogs from Los Angeles

How To Become an American

A travel blog entry by rumneet on Sep 06, 2014

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... of Americans and I think to some degree it is true. What you own, whether it's a new car, a bigger house or a new handbag, your social status goes up a few notches, because you own something better. This concept of pursuing material possessions, isn't isolated to America, it happens all over the world. But I definitely feel it's more obvious in America. One thing that has stood out to me most (and a stereotype that is perhaps the most ...

First day in Anaheim

A travel blog entry by cillapitcher on Aug 05, 2014

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... been great fun! "


We decided on ice-creams for lunch at the 'Haagen Dazs' (though I ended up choosing a milkshake). They were quite delicious, and a little too sweet for Nomes, so I kindly helped her finish it!

We may have got a little disorientated when we tried to leave and walked out of downtown the wrong way. Great - more walking! We got to the hotel and crashed! Nomes promptly proceeded to sleep for two hours (!) while ...

First impressions of the USA

A travel blog entry by fionamary on Jul 16, 2014

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... of laws restricting how close tourists can go to it. Finally we got dropped off at Universal Studios, I only had 4 hours there so had to be productive with my time. A very friendly helpful man gave me some fast track passes because I was on my own and short for time. The first thing I did was the Studio tour where we saw units where things like CSI and the Mindy Project are filmed. Then we saw huge New York City, London, Europe, Western and ...

The Adventure Begins

A travel blog entry by sam.pinsak on May 25, 2014

... simultaneously wanting to text and go on Facebook and stay as connected as possible in the last few hours I had left (#millennial), but also being worried about phone battery lasting until I got to Belize so I could let my parents (let's be honest, mostly my mom) know that I had actually gotten to the tropical country. I was also attempting to read one of the books I had brought - what else is there to do in the jungle but read, right? - but I was struggling ...

Los Angeles to Las Vegas

A travel blog entry by andreas.bohman on May 18, 2014

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... This being Karin's first visit to Las Vegas, her reaction when we walk into the hotel was nothing short of priceless - a combination of shock, horror, laughter and a few other reactions. We're staying at Paris so this is a mini France/Paris including an Arc de Triumph, an Eiffel tower, a few classic Parisian bridges, some french cafe's and restaurants, and a check-in area that looks like an Liberace designed Ikea version ...